School News

Weekly Wonders School Newsletter

Click to view past editions of the Weekly Wonders school newsletter.

Donation Dress Down Day

Click here for more information on DDDD and whom Ellis will be supporting.

Montessori Math Night

Join us as we explore Montessori math materials from each developmental level.

Boosterthon- Bobcat Fun Run

Click here for more information on the annual PTA Boosterthon Fun Run campaign. The Fun Run event will take place on February 29th.

Sidewalk Arts Festival

Join us for the Ellis Sidewalk Arts Festival on March 1st. All proceeds raised will help pay for Montessori professional development opportunites for our school staff.

Yearbook

Click here for more information on how to order a 2023/2024 Ellis Yearbook. The deadline to order is April 5, 2024.

ICYMI February 2024

February edition of Telling Our Story (ICYMI)

Athletics

Athletics information for middle school students.

From the Nurse

Click here for medical information from Nurse Chris.

Student Technology Information

Click here for information on student device distribution, internet security, tech tips and more.

Ellis PTA

Click here for information from the Ellis PTA including how to join, meeting dates, and special events.

BOOK IT! Reading Program

Click here for information on the BOOK IT! reading program which runs October through March for PreK-6th grade students.

For New and Prospective Ellis Families

Click here for more information about Ellis and the SCCPSS Choice School application process.

SCCPSS to Host Student Success Expo and STEM Festival as Choice Program Application Opens on January 27, 2024

The Student Success Expo and STEM Festival is the signature event for the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System, showcasing the seamless transition between education and careers.

SCCPSS Transitions To Virtual Learning on Tuesday January 9th

In addition, schools will start on a two-hour delay on Wednesday, January 10, 2024

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